Box 337, Gilbert, AZ 85299 USA
Management Mindsets are the KEY to maximizing profit and changing your culture.
Management Mindsets drive Management Choices that change the culture, build or destroy trust, and create profit or losses.
- Traditional management mindsets and choices DIVIDE departments according to the organization chart.
- Value Stream Management mindsets and choices UNITE departments and break the bonds of the organization chart.
When management mindsets and choices are not aligned with Value Stream Management requirements,
- EVERYTHING IS HARDER TO DO because managers make choices as if they were players on competing sports teams.
- Problems, projects, optimization, change, expansions, start-ups, shutdowns and mergers become very difficult challenges.
- MILLIONS OF DOLLARS ARE AT RISK and LOSSES OCCUR THAT ARE NEVER MEASURED!COMPANIES WILL LOSE
- MONEY because of management’s thinking, not because of your equipment and systems!
When your managers act more like players on opposing teams instead of like players on the same team, you are losing money and have a culture of mistrust. Behaving like players on the same team is a non-negotiable requirement in sports. What the game of football would be like if the quarterback and running back played against each other? Both players would be ousted from the team and no other team would pick them up. But in business… we accept management CHOICES that divide a management team, create mistrust and hurt the credibility of the entire team because we believe that managers can make these choices because of their job title. If your managers understood the losses associated with these choices, they might have some choices to make that they have never made before BUT they would know that their NEW CHOICES were linked to HIGHER PROFIT and a culture based on TRUST and CREDIBILITY. We teach your team about the power of their choices and coach them through the process of making new choices with an ROI attached.
Management mindsets and choices are the defining factor
between good performance and great performance, a good team and a great team, and meeting budget and truly maximizing profit.
TRUST, TRUST & TONS TRAINING:
Changes the way your team thinks… THE MOST POWERFUL STEP in the change process that is often overlooked. On Day 1 of training, your team gains new perspectives about the links between management mindsets, value stream performance, profit, culture and change. After Day 1, it will be difficult for them to go back to their old way of thinking. That’s when real change happens… and happens fast!
- Gives your team tactics aligned with their new perspectives and designed to maximize value stream performance. Some of these tactics are more like sports plays that unite the team “horizontally” so they can “co-own” problems, “co-manage” projects and activities that are executed by management, and “co-design” a culture capable of maximizing performance.
- Reveal value stream potential and expand management’s vision of what’s possible to achieve.
- Encourage management choices that favor the value stream over department performance.
- Link management choices to profit and culture.
- Help manage projects and solve problems that involve more than one department.
- Form a “culture of trust” where people are free to speak about problems and the losses they create.
- Measure the losses associated with a weak culture and change the culture to eliminate those losses.
- The long-term success of mergers ultimately depend on the mindset of the acquiring management team. Training can provide an understanding of the hidden risks and opportunities that come with bringing two groups of people together to accomplish something greater than they could do working separately
HOW GOOD would you be if your management team had value stream perspectives and skills?
HOW MUCH MONEY could your company make if there were no silos or mistrust in the culture?
WHAT IF you could eliminate hidden losses created by your culture and management choices?
NOW… for the very first time… YOU CAN FIND OUT!
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